[Freeswitch-users] How FreeSwitch starts on Debian 8
valter at fastway.com.br
Fri May 27 22:45:42 MSD 2016
Ok. I am not aware of systemd. Currenty, we use Ubuntu 14.04 on our server
- which I believe uses upstart.
At ClueCon Weekly video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TyUhpLC8OIM
(10:58), Ken Rice still uses systemv init scripts.
I will study a little bit about systemd.
2016-05-27 13:18 GMT-03:00 Jeff Leung <jleung at v10networks.ca>:
> > After installation, Freeswitch was up and running, but I don't see any
> > /etc/init.d script to start it.
> That's because it now uses systemd to start up the service, not sysvinit.
> To start it up you can either go
> systemctl start freeswitch or service freeswitch start
> To enable/disable it, you'd go:
> systemctl enable freeswitch or systemctl disable freeswitch
> > When I killed the process, it automatically restarted!
> systemd now automatically recovers crashed services so there isn't a need
> to install monit like most of us did back in the 1.2 era.
> > How does it happen?
> > Thank you
> > Valter
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